Pauline Grondin: Storyteller

Pauline Grondin is a professional storyteller, heritage performer, historical
interpreter and musician who has been telling stories and making music all of her life to listeners from the age of 2 to 102, across Ontario, Nova Scotia and Great Britain.

Pauline is a 10th generation French Canadian with an Irish citizenship. In
recognition of her contribution to fellow Canadians through her storytelling and music, Pauline was given the honour of having her name included on the Ireland Canada Monument in Vancouver, B.C. which was established in 2012.

Pauline is also the recipient of the Halton Heritage Award, the Burlington Junction Appreciation Award and the Hamilton-Wentworth Heritage Award.

Pauline’s stories and music have been recorded for Route 1812 in Southwestern Ontario and the GTA, the Southwestern Ontario Barn Quilt Trail, and History Television.

Pauline has recorded four CD’s telling stories of Canadian pioneer women. She has also written a number of children’s history books and stories for the young at heart.

Pauline Grondin
Voices of the Past

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